Crisis Prevention and Recovery

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AFII First Quarter Progress Report 2014

Following the approval and signing of the Afghanistan Integrity Initiative (AFII) project on 9 December 2013, the key objective under this quarter has been to intensify the mobilization of project resources. Another priority has been to initiate the contracting of Transparency International (TI) toMORE

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AFII Second Quarter Progress Report 2014

Due to this quarter’s prolonged election uncertainty and the donor community’s subsequent postponement of funding decisions, resource mobilization efforts have been modest during this quarter.  The key objective has continued to focus on the contracting of Transparency International (TI) toMORE

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APRP Annual Progress Report 2013

The Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP) works to promote peace, reconciliation and security in Afghan communities through outreach, reintegration, and community recovery. The APRP UNDP Support Project supports the Government of Afghanistan’s High Peace Council (HPC) and JointMORE

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APRP First Quarter Progress Report 2013

The First Quarter Progress Report 2013 of the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP), a nationally-led and implemented program, combining political, security and development dimensions of peace building. APRP seeks out anti government elements (AGEs) and encourages them to give upMORE

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APRP First Quarter Progress Report 2014

Since 2010, the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP) has worked to promote peace, reconciliation and security in Afghan communities through various outreach, reintegration, and community recovery initiatives. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has provided support to theMORE

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APRP Project Progress Report Q2 -2012

The Second Quarter (2012) Project Report of the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP), a nationally-led and implemented program, combining political, security and development dimensions of peace building. APRP seeks out anti government elements (AGEs) and encourages them to give upMORE

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APRP Project Progress Report Q3 - 2012

The Third Quarter (2012) Project Report of the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP), a nationally-led and implemented program, combining political, security and development dimensions of peace building. APRP seeks out anti government elements (AGEs) and encourages them to give upMORE

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APRP Second Quarter Progress Report 2013

The Second Quarter Progress Report of the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP), a nationally-led and implemented program, combining political, security and development dimensions of peace building. APRP seeks out anti government elements (AGEs) and encourages them to give up theirMORE

APRP Third Quarter Progress Report 2013

The Third Quarter Progress Report of the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP), a nationally-led and implemented program, combining political, security and development dimensions of peace building. APRP seeks out anti government elements (AGEs) and encourages them to give up theirMORE

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Afghan National Police Code of Conduct

Through the Law and Order Trust Fund for Afghanistan (LOTFA), UNDP has supported the Ministry of Interior Affairs to produce a pocket booklet setting out Afghanistan’s first Code of Conduct for its national police force.  The booklet is being distributed to Afghan National Police personnelMORE

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JHRA Annual Progress Report 2013

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Justice and Human Rights in Afghanistan Project (JHRA) phase II aims to increase the public’s trust in Afghan justice institutions to create the necessary foundation for the re-establishment of State legitimacy. JHRA Phase II was initiated inMORE

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JHRA First Quarter Progress Report 2013

The First Quarter (2013) Progress Report for the Justice and Human Rights in Afghanistan Project (JHRA). The JHRA project commenced phase II with an overall aim of strengthening public trust in Afghanistan’s justice sector. In the aim of this goal, JHRA started to work on activities for theMORE

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JHRA First Quarter Progress Report 2014

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Justice and Human Rights in Afghanistan Project Phase II (JHRA) aims to increase the public’s trust in Afghan justice institutions to create the necessary foundation for the re-establishment of State legitimacy. JHRA Phase II was initiated inMORE

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JHRA Second Quarter Progress Report 2013

The Second Quarter Progress Report 2013 for the Justice and Human Rights in Afghanistan Project (JHRA). JHRA has set a solid foundation to measure change through JHRA’s interventions in Afghanistan’s justice sector. A number of needs and capacity assessments across all outputs were accomplished.MORE

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JHRA Third Quarter Progress Report 2013

The Third Quarter Progress Report 2013 for the Justice and Human Rights in Afghanistan Project (JHRA). JHRA has set a solid foundation to measure change through JHRA’s interventions in Afghanistan’s justice sector. A number of needs and capacity assessments across all outputs were accomplished.MORE

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Justice and Human Rights in Afghanistan (JHRA) Final Report 2009-2012

The Final Report for the Justice and Human Rights in Afghanistan (JHRA) for 2009-2012, a project launched in June 2009 as a continuation of UNDP's ongoing work in the justice sector, which started after the Bonn Conference in 2001. The three-year JHRA project was developed in coordination andMORE

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LOTFA Annual Progress Report 2012

Law and Order Trust Fund for Afghanistan (LOTFA) Annual Progress Report 2012, a mandate to ministerial reform, professionalization of the police and continued support to MoI payment of police salaries. The paradigm shift is aimed at increased engagement with MoI on issues of sustainable capacityMORE

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LOTFA Annual Progress Report 2013

Change and reform have been the key features marking the United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP) Law and Order Trust Fund for Afghanistan (LOTFA) Project in 2013. Elements of change have emerged within and outside the Project, entailing a progressive reform of LOTFA Phase VI at the strategic,MORE

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LOTFA EU final report 2012

This Report illustrates progress and change generated by LOTFA and the Ministry of Interior (MoI) thanks to the European Union (EU) contribution for 2012. EU funding contributed to support the salary payment of 137,716 police officers and 5,056 Central Prison Department guards under LOTFA –PillarMORE

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LOTFA First Quarter Progress Report 2012

Law and Order Trust Fund for Afghanistan (LOTFA) First Quarter Progress Report 2012, a mandate to ministerial reform, professionalization of the police and continued support to MoI payment of police salaries. The paradigm shift is aimed at increased engagement with MoI on issues of sustainableMORE

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LOTFA First Quarter Progress Report 2013

Law and Order Trust Fund for Afghanistan (LOTFA) First Quarter Progress Report 2013, a mandate to ministerial reform, professionalization of the police and continued support to MoI payment of police salaries. The paradigm shift is aimed at increased engagement with MoI on issues of sustainableMORE

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LOTFA First Quarter Progress Report 2014

During the reporting period LOTFA engaged in institutional dialogue with the leadership and senior management at the Ministry of Interior Affairs (MoIA) and MoIA partners in order to jointly identify areas of collaboration to be included in 2014 Annual Work Plan (AWP). During theMORE

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LOTFA Project in Spotlight

Law and Order Trust Fund for Afghanistan (LOTFA) Project in Spotlight 2012-2013, a mandate to ministerial reform, professionalization of the police and continued support to MoI payment of police salaries. The paradigm shift is aimed at increased engagement with MoI on issues of sustainable capacityMORE

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LOTFA Second Quarter Progress Report 2012

Law and Order Trust Fund for Afghanistan (LOTFA) Second Quarter Progress Report 2012, a mandate to ministerial reform, professionalization of the police and continued support to MoI payment of police salaries. The paradigm shift is aimed at increased engagement with MoI on issues of sustainableMORE

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LOTFA Second Quarter Progress Report 2013

Law and Order Trust Fund for Afghanistan (LOTFA) Second Quarter Progress Report 2013, a mandate to ministerial reform, professionalization of the police and continued support to MoI payment of police salaries. The paradigm shift is aimed at increased engagement with MoI on issues of sustainableMORE

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Crisis

UNDP has worked in Afghanistan over the past 50 years shaping and adapting its interventions to conflict, peace and recovery challenges. The country has come a long way since 2001 when the country was left devastated in every respect. Democratic institutions are in place and a new generation of Afghans is striving to rebuild the country’s human and economic potentials.

Violence is still threatening the country’s stabilization and sustainable development. UNDP provides technical assistance to some 40 government agencies on essential issues including re-integration of insurgents and strengthening of the law and order in Afghanistan.

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